Have you thought of a way to merge your passions and skills to make an impact, but need funding to get started? The Center for Career and Community Engagement has several grant opportunities for both faculty and students to help build tangible knowledge, skills, and abilities in a variety of fields. More information and application procedures can be found below.
Supports sustainability research and action initiatives both on and off-campus.
Funds short-term opportunities that would provide educational experiences for the student recipient that are either not available at Earlham or would be an adjunct to their course work at Earlham. (Eligible students must major in Mathematics or any of the Natural Sciences.)
A competitive grant program that funds the purposeful exploration of the intellectual, recreational, cultural and vocational opportunities in the state of Indiana.
Offers funding for activities that would help a student better their candidacy for employment in Indiana, develop awareness of opportunities available in Indiana, or build a support network of professional contacts in Indiana.
Offers funding and professional development for faculty interested in making networks and connections with Indiana organizations and businesses, developing Indiana career-oriented course content, and other forms of Indiana-based experiential education within their existing and/or new courses.
Encourages collaborative inquiry across the disciplines and divisions but with a particular focus on the Humanities and humanistic themes.
Offers funding and professional development for faculty interested in building sustainability content and curriculum into their courses or other work at the college.
For teaching faculty who wish to pursue new experiential learning opportunities with their students.